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the floor before opening fire. michelle kosinski is seated right behind him and will have details for us. >>> what caused adam lanza to open up his killing spree? and new details are coming to light. >>> have you ever been busted by one of those red light cameras? >> oh, yeah. >> i'm guessing you have. >> those are for speeding. >> not the red light district, david, red light cameras. why are some lawmakers trying to get them taken down? >> i think they're wrong just for the record. >> you like the red light cameras? >> no, i think they're wrong, the cameras are wrong. >> okay. >>> of course, that bail hearing for oscar pistorius is going on in south africa right now. michelle kosinski has been inside the court all morning long. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. as we speak, up in that courtroom, oscar pistorius is inconsolable. a statement by him is now being read to the court in which he denies the allegation of murder against him in the strongest terms. a judge just decided that his case, from here on out, at least for now, will be considered premeditated murder and that
parents. and savannah is going to share with us something from nancy guthrie, savannah's mom, how to make a bed with the perfect hospital corners. if you're going to the hospital, this is what you need to know. >> if you want that special hospital feel inside your bedroom. >> that's what i want. has a rail on the side. >> we won't even get into the hospital food. >> whoo! >>> we've been going on the road all this week. last week we were in boston. this week here headed down south to miami, warm weather. we've got so much fun scheduled. we'll eat, drink and be merry. we've got paula deen and pitbull. #todayinmiami and tweet us. we'll have more about that coming up. >> pitbull. mr. 305. >> that's right. >>> natalie has a check of the day's top stories for us. good morning again. >> good morning, david, savannah and al. good morning, everyone. >>> the charge is premeditated murder against oscar pistorius, who wept in a courtroom as prosecutors claim that he shot his model girlfriend reeva steenkamp while she hid behind a locked bathroom door. claiming a noise from the bathroom woke pistorius
's what the argument was over. >> help, graham, educate us in the difference between legal procedure between south africa and the united states. so much emotion around this trial, around this case, this is a beloved figure, but he's not appealing to a jury here this would not be a jury trial. >> no, this won't be a jury trial in south africa we don't have juries. when a case initially comes before a court and goes before a magistrate, from a magistrate, it then goes to a high court and a high court depending on the severity of the case and crime, it will be before a judge who will have either one or two assistants to help decide the legitimacy of the allegations and whether or not there is guilt and in the states, where you have a jury, we do not have a jury. >> one of the big questions, of course, you know, in a high-profile case like this, and pistorius talked about it. he is not a flight risk, should be granted bail. given your experience, what is the likelihood of that happening? >> look, it's 50/50. they got the magistrate to rule u.s. a schedule 6 offense, schedule six offense
in some spot in the 20s. we're in the 30s most of us. low 40s by 11:00. you notice the showers this morning increasing. again by mid-morning. middle of the day is when we'll see the heart of the rain falling. lunch time in through the early part of the afternoon. as we get into the late part of the afternoon, that line of showers will be moving through us. temperatures will make a run to the upper 40s, even low 50s. now, west of town as i wednesday, there are your winter weather advisories, cumberland, southwest toward the high country into west virginia. we've got the clouds. they're moving in now. garrett county by the way was in a winter weather advisory. it's going to surge warm air quickly so there won't be that many problems. they're already 39. petersburg 46. 27 in frederick and 39 here in d.c. let's check in with monika samtani this tuesday morning. she's got your timesaver traffic. >> thank you so much, howard. good morning, everybody. it's 5:00. that means the rush hour is really going to gear into place right now but you're in good shape if you're planning to head on
and reforms on the table. i am willing to work with anybody to get this job done. none of us will get 100 brs of what we want but nobody should want these cuts to go through. >> political damage if the government runs into trouble, governor, say march 1st it begins to creep along, the real implications where we don't have the adequate defense spending moving out through the pipeline, we really do have a lot of shutdowns and people being laid off, i guess it helps the president because he's already starting to point the finger at a leaderless republican party. they don't have a spokesman to come out and say it's not us. but overall, doesn't it bring down the moral of the country and thereby hurt the president as well or more so number i'm wondering how you divide this out in terms of calamity. >> i think in the long term you're right, chris, it does. in the long term it doesn't benefit the president and michael is right about one thing. we have not had serious discussions about dealing with our debt problem for the next two, three decades, and we've got to do that. but time is running out and
the country tonight on wgn america. out-of- town pac money. wgn's sean lewis joins us after covering the 2nd district debate in matteson. this debate was sponsored by aarp and focused mainly on social security and medicare. the debate sponsored by aarp focused on social security and medicare, two issues that these candidates, 9 out of 11 of whom are democrats, agree on. the real controversy never talked about on stage but simmered underneath. that is the nearly two million dollars of super pac money funneled into this race to support just one of the nearly 20 candidiates still on the ballot. robin kelly i see a renaissance in the wings. robin kelly may be seeing a renaissance of her own in this special election. of the 11 candidates who attended todays aarp sponsored forum in south suburban matteson. she is the only one seeing major support. two million dollars in ad buys from an out of state super pac controlled by new york mayor michael bloomberg. alderman anthony beale we constantly send rich people to washington. 15 chicago democratic alderman athony beale is one of those not happy wi
the people: how to turn republicans and democrats into americans." thank you for joining us. captioning sponsored by rose communications captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a look at one of the most acclaimed films of the year so far, "beast of the southern wild," exploring the hardships endured by so many in the area and their struggle to maintain their humanity. tonight, we will introduce you to a star of the film, dwight henry," a baker, who accidentally ended up in the film that won at the sundance film festival. that is coming up, right now. >> every community has a martin luther king boulevard. it is the cornerstone we all know. it is not oreet boulevard, but a place where walmart stands together with your community to make everyday better. >> and by contributions to your pbs station by viewers like you. thank you. tavis: the likelihood of dwight henry starring in a critically acclaimed film an award-winning movie could not have been more remote. the small-business owner and new orleans resident
, everybody, they used to get doughnuts, and they used to put fliers at the bakery. "if anybody wants to appear in an upcoming feature film, poll the number and give us a call." 1 dick armey in the producer, were sitting in the bakery, so i decided to pull the number and go over there and cast. i went over there are, and he gave me a script. he gave the actress a script. we went back and forth with the actress, and we did it well, and i said, "see you later." i went back to the bakery. and then, michael called me back for another reading, and he said, "mr. zeitlin loved the reading." so i went back and did another reading, and i again said, "see you later." i never thought i was going to get it. i was, basically, it "see you later, michael." during that time, i had moved to my bakery to a bigger location, and they were looking for me to give me the part, but nobody knew where i've is back. -- where i was at. there is nobody who knew where mr. henry was at. tavis: the next time you move, let me know where you are going to be. if he cannot find you, there are customers who could not fin
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